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I am Cognitive-behavioural hypnotherapist

If you’re tired of not having control over your thoughts and feelings, and you are sacrificing your wellbeing, work or relationships, you can learn what causes your big emotions and learn coping strategies & techniques to feel better in a short period of time with Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy.

Laura munoz

“My goal is to teach you how to overcome the mental obstacles that stop you from living a more fulfilling life. . Your happiness is solely dependent on you.”

MSc. Laura Muñoz


Work Challenges

Do you struggle finding a sense of balance, stressing out by work challenges or find yourself wanting to improve your performance?


Do you struggle feeling anxious and insecure in your relationships, struggling to communicate your needs or boundaries?

Social situations

Do you feel overwhelmed, anxious in social situations, struggling to connect with others or expressing yourself confidently?

Laura Muñoz, MSc, DipCBH

Welcome to my therapy website. My name is Laura. I am a licensed cognitive-behavioural hypnotherapist and strengths coach with 5 years experience helping individuals overcome their challenges and achieve their goals.

“I help my clients gain the insight and skills they need to take control of their own lives and lead with strength, courage, and determination.”

I Have Experience With…

Work challenges

Social anxiety can affect one’s ability to perform in work or school settings. It may lead to difficulties in asserting themselves in the workplace, networking with other professionals, or feeling worthy of promotions and raises. These issues can lead to feelings of low self-esteem, insecurity, and fear of failure which can impact job performance and career development.

Impaired Relationships

Having social anxiety can affect your relationships with friends, family members, and romantic partners. People with social anxiety may avoid social gatherings or events, leading to isolation and difficulty in forming and maintaining meaningful relationships.

Difficulty in social interactions

People with social anxiety often struggle with initiating or maintaining conversations, making eye contact, and engaging in social interactions. They may fear being judged, embarrassed, or humiliated in social situations, which can lead to avoidance or withdrawal from social activities.

Specific Phobias

These are characterised by a persistent, irrational fear of a specific object, situation or activity that causes significant distress and avoidance behaviour. This avoidance can significantly impact a person’s daily life, limiting their activities, and causing distress. Phobias can be triggered by a wide range of stimuli, including animals, insects, natural environments (such as heights or water), specific situations (such as flying or public speaking), and various other objects or activities.

Emotional distress

​​Emotional distress: Social anxiety can cause significant emotional distress, including feelings of fear, worry, and low self-esteem. The constant fear of being judged or embarrassed in social situations can lead to persistent anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues.

My Approach & Philosophy

Hypno-CBT® integrates social, cognitive, and behavioural psychology with a modern approach to hypnosis. It is much more than doing some CBT and then a bit of hypnosis – interventions are tightly integrated – and I employ unique techniques to do this.
This means:

    1. The way I understand hypnosis is “cognitive-behavioural” – it is about attention focused on thoughts, expectation and motivation and not “being put into a trance”
    2. The way I understand problems is cognitive-behavioural, and it is under the control of things happening now, in the present moment.
    3. Finally, I use a whole range of interventions that are “cognitive-behavioural” – so teach new ways of thinking, how to let go of thoughts, how to relax, how to calm down, how to problem solve, how to approach scary things, how to be assertive etc. AND I add hypnosis to all of that to make it twice as powerful! I don’t use hypnosis to “access the unconscious to free the hidden block” – that is NOT a cognitive behavioural technique.

Therefore, I view clients’ problems as a type of negative self-hypnosis (people believe and respond to negative automatic thoughts as if they were true). So the whole client issue is a hypnotic problem. One of the first tasks in therapy is to help the client dehypnotize from their negative thoughts. A second task is to get the client to focus and imagine more helpful thoughts being true.



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